EI4251 Design of Integrated Circuits

Lecturer (assistant)
TypeLecture
Duration2 SWS
TermSommersemester 2020
Language of instructionGerman

Dates

Admission information

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Objectives

ASIC design methods and tools, Modeling, synthesis and verification, Time behavior and power loss

Description

Fundamentals of integrated circuit design, including technical and commercial aspects. Introduction to VLSI design flow, limits of simulation and synthesis tools, test strategies, Technical and administrative challenges for project organization in ASIC design, quality management ISO 9000.

Prerequisites

Boolean logic, Basics of digital circuit design

Teaching and learning methods

Boolean logic, Basics of digital circuit design

Examination

Written examination (60 minutes) without documents. The participants answer understanding questions about methods and tools for the development of integrated circuits, including a block of questions for studying literature. As an examination, a deeper understanding of the performance and the limitations of these methods and tools, as well as the competence to critically reflect on their use should be demonstrated.

Recommended literature

Reifschneider: "CAE-gestützte IC-Entwurfsmethoden", Prentice Hall Weste, Harris: "CMOS VLSI Design, A Circuits and Systems Perspective", Addison Wesley

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